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#105391 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
The Lonely Trump Supporter
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#105371 - pebar
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(02/03/2016) [-]
AIDS is Gay!! | Louder With Crowder I learned something new today

y'know how most places have laws that if you knowingly give someone HIV/AIDs by having sex with them and you didn't tell them you had it, it's treated almost the same as manslaughter

well apparently the lgbtkeysmash community is against those laws because they're oppressive to gays
#105388 to #105371 - thumbfortrump
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(02/03/2016) [-]
I doubt many LGBT folks support this. Do you believe stuff because some dude in a video tells you so?
I mean, there is not even a single source in his description.
#105395 to #105388 - pebar
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(02/03/2016) [-]
skip to 13:33
>>#105389, >>#105382, >>#105381, >>#105379,
#105396 to #105395 - thumbfortrump
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(02/03/2016) [-]
Still no source, he just says they "support it".
#105399 to #105396 - pebar
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#105401 to #105398 - thumbfortrump
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(02/03/2016) [-]
The federal government is just suggesting to align laws with scientifically-supported factors as many laws reflect the fear about HIV from the 1980's. Nowhere in the report does it say it should be okay to give someone HIV knowingly.
#105402 to #105401 - pebar
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(02/03/2016) [-]
It is okay to give HIV knowingly
as long as the person who risks receiving the virus also knows

they're talking about disclosure laws, ie talking
#105403 to #105402 - thumbfortrump
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(02/03/2016) [-]
Yes, that you have to inform the other that you have HIV. What I'm saying is that no where in the report does it support that you give someone HIV knowingly, without the other part knowing.
You wrote that "most places have laws that if you knowingly give someone HIV/AIDs by having sex with them and you didn't tell them you had it" which is true.
At the same time you said the LGBT community oppose these laws, which I do not believe is true.
What I do believe is the case is that the LGBT community want, as the federal gov, the criminal laws concerning HIV updated to reflect modern scientific knowledge, which is something entirely different.
#105379 to #105371 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
What's his citation?

I don't want to watch Crowder, because I think he's an obnoxious hack.
#105381 to #105379 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
What or who is he pointing to to support the idea that this is at all something that's going on that has any mainstream support?
#105382 to #105381 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
I just tried to watch, I got about 5 minutes in before I couldn't stand it anymore.

But from what I could tell, he brought in a gay guy who he agrees with on most things (thereasonablegay *dibs bedora*). Who he could use as a friend argument to deflect accusations of homophobia. thereasonablegay talks about some super important Twitter slapfight between him and people who very well may be trolls, as far as we know "the gay community" So Crowder can point out some outrageous! point of view, imply that it's all but a few LGBT people who support this, and help disingenuous cowards feel more secure in their homophobia that they mask as "political incorrectness" and "telling it like it is".

I really thought you were better than this pebar.
#105400 to #105382 - pebar
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(02/03/2016) [-]
thinkprogress.org/lgbt/2013/02/20/1615371/presidential-aids-council-recommends-repealing-hiv-criminalization-laws/

"The Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) passed a resolution earlier this month calling for an end to any and all state and federal laws that criminalize or prosecute individuals based on their HIV status."
#105389 to #105382 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
And I thought you were a moronic liberal faggot, at least one anon was right today
#105377 to #105371 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/03/2016) [-]
I love Crowder and his channel.

And that's fucked.
#105370 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
Can we agree that social issues that are not ruled by the Supreme Court should be state issues such as drug, gun and LGBT laws, as well as education and minimum wage?

My argument for this is extremely simple and correct, America is not a homogeneous country and to put all states at the same standard is ludicrous.

Also what else do you think should be a state issue?
#105378 to #105370 - Zaxplab
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(02/03/2016) [-]
"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

So yeah.
#105373 to #105370 - pebar
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(02/03/2016) [-]
equality under the law and due process is a federal issue though

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fourteenth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution
#105376 to #105373 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
"The Fourteenth Amendment, particularly its first section, is one of the most litigated parts of the Constitution, forming the basis for landmark decisions such as Roe v. Wade (1973) regarding abortion, Bush v. Gore (2000) regarding the 2000 presidential election, and Obergefell v. Hodges (2015) regarding same-sex marriage."

Yes I mentioned that in my part about the Supreme Court
#105350 - enlightednatzie
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Most American Thing Ever - Win a Delegate by coin toss USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
#105348 - enlightednatzie
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(02/02/2016) [-]
GIF
Hello fags, does this image make you hard? If so, you're gay haha! I caught you red handed around your red dick amirite?
#105355 to #105348 - redandgreen
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(02/02/2016) [-]
GIF
Go *&%$post in autism! This is for politics
#105356 to #105355 - enlightednatzie
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(02/02/2016) [-]
I dont care. As a free spirited induvidual i do what i want.
#105362 to #105356 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
Except post anything of value.
#105386 to #105363 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
Poodoo gesture from walking joke! Ha! Meesa so insulten.
#105347 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Why don't we go back to allowing states to control their own educational systems and let them compete with each other? Instead having one federal educational model that is just guzzling money and lowering our quality of education, why don't we allow the states to have 50 different educational models that can compete and modify models that work for other states and even improve upon them?

m.huffpost.com/us/entry/state-run-education-abadi_b_1136810.html

This is one of the few articles I could find even addressing it and they rely on past segregation and modern income inequality to try and demonize it. Being Huff Post I expected little more than that.
#105368 to #105347 - valeriya
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(02/03/2016) [-]
When you say control their own education systems I'm not sure what you mean, whether you mean the way classes are taught?, what the content of the classes is?or examination systems changed? if you just want the responsibility of education decentralized? Which essentially means shooting the shitter US states God forbid Missouri becomes any more of a trash stereotype in favour of the more prosperous US states, either way to my understanding up until university education in the US is essentially how to be a compliant citizen and factory worker.

The main issue with localized models for education at least is that you need a universal standard with which to measure against. A universal model makes transitions up and around facilities easier, unless you want to end up with an ECT sort of thing in the US for 50 states who all use different standards.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_Credit_Transfer_and_Accumulation_System
#105357 to #105347 - redandgreen
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(02/02/2016) [-]
What is your argument against this? In principle, I don't see how minimum education standards are a bad thing but I don't know all the details of it.
#105369 to #105357 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
You obviously don't know how bad common core is in the U.S
#105383 to #105369 - redandgreen
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(02/03/2016) [-]
What is your argument against common minimum standards in education, not 'common core' but the principle?
#105533 to #105383 - anon
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(02/04/2016) [-]
5 Reasons To Oppose Common Core

Basically education should be in the hand of the states, education is a state-issue. Just like the minimum wage.
#105358 to #105357 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
My argument against Federally led education or for State ran education?
#105359 to #105358 - redandgreen
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Federally mandated minimum standards
#105361 to #105359 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
I'm not necessarily against a minimum standard of education put forth by the government, I just want the individual states to have the ability to make their own educational models and be responsible for all education within their states. When the government implements something like common core, everyone hurts as it is essentially mandatory for states to begin to implement it as well, whereas if just one state were to implement it only the students of that state would suffer, and other states would take notice that common core is ineffective and steer clear of that method.

Now if there was a system that gave more educational responsibility to the states, while the federal government somehow enforced a minimum for educational standards, I'd probably support something like that. I'm for more power to the states in general like originally intended before the Civil war, so this would be a step in the right direction for me.
#105384 to #105361 - redandgreen
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(02/03/2016) [-]
OK. You aren't arguing against Federally mandated minimum standards then.
#105343 - anon
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#105340 - redandgreen
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(02/02/2016) [-]
www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-35280386

"The report describes a modus operandi known as "taharrush gamea" in Arabic, meaning group sexual harassment in crowds"

www.rt.com/news/328561-taharrush-germany-assault-collective/

"Earlier, German Justice Minister Heiko Maas urged authorities to investigate if the Cologne assaults were directly related to those in the other German cities of Berlin, Frankfurt, Stuttgart and Bielefeld during New Year’s celebrations.

“If such a horde gathers in order to commit crimes, it appears in some form to be planned," the minister told Bild on Sunday. "Nobody can tell me that this was not coordinated or prepared.""

NO! Fuck this, you don't get to come and claim to be a victim and then do this shit. Fuck them for doing this and fuck the police for standing by and fuck the politicians for not firing the police who stood by or tried to cover this shit up. Lock them up in camps until they can be sent back home or shoot them if theyre caught in the act. God help me I don't fuckking care if they go back to Syria and get killed if theyre going to do this fucking shit.
#105372 to #105340 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
Wow you finally made a good post...I'm proud of you.

Maybe you'll start to learn how important a moderate amount of nationalism can be and what effects horrible immigration policies can have. BTW if you think this is the first time police have covered this up in Europe than you are kidding yourself.

-lulz
#105385 to #105372 - redandgreen
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(02/03/2016) [-]
This isn't about nationalism.
#105526 to #105385 - anon
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(02/04/2016) [-]
It totally has to do with it, you must have the definition of nationalism mixed up.
#105364 to #105340 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
Speaking of locking things up, we should lock up all the politicians who support letting this shit happen and throw away the key.
#105346 to #105340 - thumbfortrump
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Ah yes, do you feel it? A boiling anger and frustration inside of you? The feeling of being you against the system in a hopeless fight for true justice?

Soon you will see.
Soon you will discover.
There is only one, true side to pick, when you stand against evil.

The right side.
#105345 to #105340 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Looks like someone is slowly being corrupted.
#105351 to #105345 - redandgreen
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(02/02/2016) [-]
No, I just can't describe how angry it makes me.
#105352 to #105351 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
It makes everyone involved angry. That's why the citizens are finally beginning to retaliate, and why the governments are having some semblance of sense put into them. Hopefully it'll continue and we won't have to see all out riots in European cities.
#105342 to #105340 - redandgreen
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(02/02/2016) [-]
They have a fucking name for it, like it's a fucking game to do this shit
#105341 to #105340 - redandgreen
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(02/02/2016) [-]
One policeman was fired for this shit. ONE.
#105339 - feelythefeel
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Subversive Replacement Theory:

Step 1.) Prosperity
The industry is successful. Consumers purchase quality products that have their own interests in mind, and producers are able to create and distribute products for the people most likely to buy them. Neither party wants for much, besides standard industry growth.

Step 2.) Testing the Waters
Subversive elements demand minor changes in industry conduct that suit their political interests, but serve no purpose in attracting actual customers from their consumer base. The subversers are mistaken for potential customers (despite their blatant disinterest in the actual product), and the producers begin to give, signaling that the industry is primed for large-scale subversion. Some actual consumers are scared away by the changes, and the change in sales is simply mistaken for a bad economy.

Step 3.) Consumer Subversion
Subversive groups infiltrate the consumer base. They are vastly outnumbered, but are able to utilize mass and social medias in such a way that they are more easily heard over actual consumers. The consumer base loses it's ability to effectively organize unless it does so as according to the subverser status quo. The subversers are eventually mistaken for the substantive consumer base, and the consumer base for a radical element.

Step 4.) Leadership Subversion
Subversive elements wait for an event to occur regarding high echelons of industry leadership, and take advantage of it. Using their new status as faux consumers, they petition the industry to replace said leadership with a subverser. This is repeated until the industry finds itself deadlocked in a subversive mindset, unwilling and even unable to produce and distribute for actual consumers.

Step 5.) The Fall
Consumers are scared away en masse. Sales plummet as the industry produces for the people who don't buy their products, and against the people who do. The subversers move on to the next industry, indifferent to the collapse of the industry they claimed to care for.
#105333 - pebar
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Clinton beat Sanders by 4 votes in Iowa

just 4
#105338 to #105333 - anon
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(02/02/2016) [-]
No fucking way, I want a source/proof.
#105336 to #105333 - akkere
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Looks like her win was entirely due to the super delegates, or the ones directly controlled by Democratic leadership. Otherwise it'd be a perfect split, if I'm reading these results right. In fact, pretty much all of the super delegates have tossed their wager to Clinton.

Interestingly enough the Republican primaries seem to have a fair split and the super delegates aren't so confident as to all throw in. Cruz is at the head, but only by a single vote.
#105334 to #105333 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
I keep hearing that Hillary won 6 Iowa precincts with a coin toss.

Which would mean that she won a 50/50 chance coin flip 6 times in a row.
#105390 to #105334 - thumbfortrump
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(02/03/2016) [-]
tfw you become president out of pure luck
#105365 to #105334 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
Had to have been rigged.
#105332 - timmywankenobi
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Breaking News: After 15 years and over 4000 white farmers killed and their farms seized , on the grounds " Zimbabwe belongs to the black Africans,whites not welcome !! "

The government of Zimbabwe is shouting and begging for aid from Europe and North America as they are now in the middle of a famine the scale of which has not been seen for centuries. It seems when they killed or drove off the white farmers they forgot to train any black farmers to take their places. virtually no new food crops have been planted.

The Government of Zimbabwe is offering European or North American Farmers a chance to "rent" a farm from them ( white farmers will have to pay an additional white skin fee), and at harvest time the Government will very likely seize all crops. Nor will the government guarantee safety to white farmers from the racist anti-white murdering mobs that roam the country side.

Unsurprisingly no one has taken up their offer.

However SJW's are now demanding the US & Canadian government force farmers with struggling farms to " stop being racist and go farm over there instead since your farm is not doing well here " .


The majority sentiment however seems to be that Zimbabwe dug their own grave/ amassed bad karma on this one and helping them would just be rewarding their genocidal acts, and that whats happening to them now is in fact poetic/universal justice.
#105387 to #105332 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
I have an idea. Let's send the SJWs over there to deal with it since they seem to know so well how to handle the issue.
#105406 to #105387 - timmywankenobi
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(02/03/2016) [-]
that would be awesome.
#105337 to #105332 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
So can we have white Zimbabwe back now?
#105349 to #105337 - timmywankenobi
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(02/02/2016) [-]
No but white people can rent black owned farms to grow crops for black people.
#105353 to #105349 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
So basically everyone will refuse, Zimbabwe will become unpopulated because of famine, then white natives come back and recreate Rhodesia in all its white African glory?
#105354 to #105353 - timmywankenobi
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(02/02/2016) [-]
I guess , funny how mother nature sets things straight like that.
#105328 - redandgreen
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(02/02/2016) [-]
If Bill Clinton could run again how do you think he would do?
#105330 to #105328 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Really bad.
#105329 to #105328 - pebar
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(02/02/2016) [-]
he would be mocked
everyone would point out that the economy under his term came from the rise of internet and he can't take credit for it
#105327 - anon
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(02/02/2016) [-]
>Fine Brothers Entertainment trademarking a word in the english language

Sorry none of you can react™ to this.
#105366 to #105327 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
But I can still respond, reply, counter, and reciprocate.
#105323 - canyou
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Oh, Rand Paul came 5th! I was hoping he could beat Jeb
#105324 to #105323 - thumbfortrump
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Anything can beat Jeb tho.
#105325 to #105324 - canyou
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Once Jeb drops out his votes will probably go to Cruz. I feel like Carson and Paul voters would switch to Trump though.
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#105321 - youregaylol
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It's strange thinking about your lineage and where you come from and comparing it to where you are now.

Apparently when my grandfather on my mothers side was a kid he would get into a car with his friends and do drive by baseball bat whackings on negroes who were in his neighborhood. They called it nigger knocking which I always thought was another word for ding dong ditch.

He was also a greaser and drove motorcycles through stores and up playground slides until he was thrown in jail. This was of course after got out of the national guard where he dispersed race riots with bayonets.

He himself grew up on a poor rural southern farm with 6 brothers and sisters. He had no clothes so he had to wear a potato sack when he was young and he never had shoes until he was 8. His father, my great grandfather, was apparently the last of a line of farmers who themselves descended from a long line of white southern farmhands. They managed to purchase their own land after the civil war, I think by falsifying military pension records to get more money, however that was done.

My great grandfather was the last farmer in his family because he lost his land somehow, I never asked. He was an alcoholic so that might have had something to do with it. I do know that a lot of lands in the rural south of that period were bought up by carpet baggers, so he might have been forced out. After he lost his land he became a small town firefighter, which my grandfather did as well. My uncles never became firefighters but I became one later on, skipping a generation.

My grandfather himself, despite the whole beating up niggers and vandalizing stores thing, was probably the most stable of all his siblings. They're all dead except one. I think two died from alcohol poisoning, one was murdered, one was hit by a car when he was a kid, and the other killed herself. My great grandfather, in addition to being an alcoholic was also pretty abusive from what I gather.

Considering my other grandfather immigrated here with my father, my mothers side of the family is really the only "american" part, though I'm a texan.

I wonder if there are any movies that study the poverty of the south during reconstruction that didn't solely focus on oppressed negroes. Something that was sympathetic and not just "lol dumb redneck white trash" hollywood shit.
#105374 to #105321 - anon
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(02/03/2016) [-]
Got that same feel
#105307 - thumbfortrump
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(02/02/2016) [-]
fug
#105308 to #105307 - lotengo
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(02/02/2016) [-]
dont worry bro Iowa always picks loses.


Tho we have a hard week ahead of us, with the media
#105318 to #105308 - thumbfortrump
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(02/02/2016) [-]
It's not that bad, I just had this idea we'd rocket off immediately.
#105319 to #105318 - jettom
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Same. Really killed my mood.
But jesus christ what are the democrats even doing with their election? Show up in a small room and go to circle if Shillary, Triangle if Bernie or square if O'malley? Most corrupt election system I've seen.
#105320 to #105303 - marinepenguin ONLINE
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(02/02/2016) [-]
I liked this part.
#105302 - pebar
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(02/02/2016) [-]
Sen. Ted Cruz: "The Obama economic agenda has exacerbated income inequality" He may not be my first choice but I'd be content with Cruz